Murder on the Orient Express
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Hercule Poirot: I have lived long enough to know what I like. What I dislike, I cannot abide.

Hercule Poirot: My name is Hercule Poirot, and I am probably the greatest detective in the world.

Hercule Poirot: I can only see a world as it should be. It makes an imperfection stick out like the nose on your face.

Hercule Poirot: There was right. There was wrong. Then there was you. I cannot judge you for this.

Miss Mary Debenham: I'm sleeping here where everyone can see me. And I can see everyone.

Factual error: Before arriving at Brod station the train goes through high mountains. Between Belgrade (Serbia) and Brod (Bosnia and Croatia) it is all flat with no mountains around.

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Answer: Dickens used satire, irony, and humor as a means to express social criticism and political commentary. His novels were filled with comical characters and colorful dialogue. He used a humorous writing style to expose the Industrial Revolution's harsh and negative impacts like poor education, worker exploitation, social inequality, and other societal ills such as extreme poverty, domestic violence, alcoholism, and so on. Poirot is obviously responding to that.


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